Nene Leakes is letting it all hang out, and fans ain’t mad at her.
The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star had her assets on full display in a recent Instagram post where she wowed in a sheer black blouse, flowing overlay and distressed jeans. Her strappy red heels screamed “look at me” — but fans set their gaze upon what Ms. Leakes was working with on top.
“And the beat goes on,” she titled the post, which garnered more than 62,000 likes and comments from fans left blushing over the busty look.
“Wait you got the twins out 😍😍😍,” celebrity hair stylist Alonzo Arnold wrote.
“They sitting hunni! Yaaaas!! ❤️” another fan chimed in.
One user said Leakes, 52, was “stunning as usual,” while another joked she would’ve rather the post been captioned the “BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL.”
“This outfit and the ‘girls,’ ooooo!” another fan commented. “Chile you have gave me my life with this pic today!✨❤️✨❤️”
Not everyone was feeling the look, however, and urged the actress to “cover up.”
“Your acting like a teenager the way you dress,” someone griped. Another critic agreed, saying: “Really Nene u need to cover up, it really doesn’t look flattering!!🤪🤪”
Someone else opined that she “must really be starving for attention.”
Fans have enjoyed Leakes on RHOA for more than 10 seasons, however, her spot on the popular reality show recently came into question amid rumors that she might be ready to call it quits. Daytime talk shot host and friend of Leakes Wendy Williams sent fans into a tizzy when she revealed the RHOA star had confided in her about possibly leaving the show.
“I take a break between commercials, my office is right there behind the set. I had to go to the bathroom and so I looked at my phone between commercials. And Nene texts, ‘I’m quitting,” Williams told special guest Jerry O’Connell on her show last month.
Leakes stoked fears of her exit when she posted a cryptic message to Instagram that read, “Sometimes the biggest blessings are wrapped up in a goodbye.”
She backpedaled shortly afterward, with a rep later confirming that the RHOA veteran was here to stay.